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  • Cyclotron
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    This looks a lot like runescape... ever played it?

    I'll give this a try.

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  • Skanky Burns
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    The skull-crusher is a fairly good mace. I'm not sure just how good they are, as you need level 15 in blunt weapons just to equip it. Axes are also pretty good (although the best axes, like the Vorpal Axe) are only available on Pay to Play. Swords are the best bet, for the sole reason that there are more sword types available to choose from, and they actually have much better models as well.

    For sword-skill under level 15, it is recommended to be using a gold sabre as it swings faster, therefore hits more often. A broadsword does more damage but is less accurate, so for lower-level people it ends up doing less damage. After reaching level 15 in swords, though, a broadsword is the way to go. Higher damage is generally better, as fighting costs stamina and hitting someone once for 100 points is much better than hitting them 10 times for 10 points each, all things being equal.

    Above the broadsword are the + swords, imaginativly named the +1 sword, +2 sword... up to the +5 sword. These rare swords are very nice.

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  • Main_Brain
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    Mhh I just finsihed this SwordQuest and now Im not sure wheter to stick to the Axe or to choose the Way of the Sword
    Is Quickslying more Important than High Damage?
    Also Maces are quicker tahn Axes and still have great Damage Potential.. but they Lack Really Good Models later on I saw.

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  • Skanky Burns
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    Not too much role-playing at the moment that I have seen, although with guilds being brought back soon and player-run governments on the list of "things to do" for the developers, this situation should change.

    It should also prove interesting to see how the Krythan Inception server pans out, being a non-PvP server. Will it become a role-playing heaven, or a vulture heaven?

    There is a Pay-to-play version of Dransik, based upon the previous Dransik beta version. And people are actually paying for this game even with this type of graphics.
    (This picture is probably from night-time ingame, so its kinda dark)
    Attached Files

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  • Grumbold
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    Me too when it arrives in England, if I can tear myself away from HoI and MoO3.

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  • Asher
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    AC2 for me.

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  • General Ludd
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    I imagine that the chances of finding some actual roleplaying in an open and free MMORPG would probably be in the negatives.

    I'll stick to DAoC, the roleplay servers, good graphics (not that good graphics are important to me... I just don't like bad graphics ), and quality gameplay is worth the $13 a month.

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  • dudemanjack
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    The game looks nice. The price is right. I'll give it a go.

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  • Main_Brain
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    Im GreenBuddy @ Magic&mystery.
    My Kills:

    Digging 23
    Smelting 15
    Forging 6

    Lumberjacking 21
    Milling 1
    Carpenting 1

    Planting 18

    Axes 4
    Small Blades 3
    Last edited by Main_Brain; November 12, 2002, 13:02.

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  • Skanky Burns
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    The experience pool is the only other way to raise levels in specific skills besides using the skill. Once you get off Silvest, you can talk to NPCs and do quests for them. Completing a quest gets you some skill pool points, and they can be used in any skill you already know.
    Of course, to raise a skill you have to have some spare skill points first.
    Nice starting choice btw.

    Whats your characterst name and what server are you on?
    I am (predictably) Skanky Burns on every server except the Great Wall.

    This just in: The Krythan Inception server is now PvP free! On this server, there are NO Pkers! Non-violent, trade-type people rejoice!

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  • Main_Brain
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    Question:
    I started as a Blacksmithy :=) went to Lvl 10 and here comes my Question:
    Playguide says "The Skills window will tell you what skills you currently know, and the number on the right is your level in that skill. To raise a skill using the Experience Pool, double-click on the skill you wish to raise. "
    Is this true? i thought you could only raise the skills by actually doing them? after levelling I only get the ability to raise abilities?

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  • Skanky Burns
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    If you log out while you are being attacked it is the same as if you have been killed (you lose whatevers in your backpack and maybe an item off your body). If you aren't being attacked though, you just disappear from the game and reappear where you were before when you join again. The worst that could happen is that monsters have spawned where you were before, and they all start attacking you.
    There are of course many towns around the land where guards ensure that there are no monsters around. Definately a better choice to log out in town, but if you really, really need to log out quickly and happen to be out in the wilderness, you won't be penalized for it.

    Oh, and if you haven't left Silvest Island yet, dying doesn't even matter as you never lose items in Silvest.

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  • Lemmy
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    Well won't i get killed/robbed/mutilated/raped if i log out somewhere unsafe....are there safe places to log out?

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  • Skanky Burns
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    Basically, however much you want. If you want to just connect for 5 minutes, do a bit of hunting or mining or whatever, and then quit, fine. If you want to spend 9 hours straight playing it, also fine. And you don't need to connect every day either. If you have a busy week and can't play at all, no-one will mind.

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  • Lemmy
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    How much time/day must you spend on it?

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